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Listen to a special announcement regarding my plans for the
114<sup>th</sup> running of the Boston Marathon – April 19<sup>th</sup>, 2010
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In this episode of The Goofy
Little Podcast, I run the first 18 miles of the Boston Marathon course and I’ll
let you know if there’s anything new to look for on the road before you arrive
to run this thing.

If you’ve traveled from afar,
you might want to find other things to do with your time ...
Tarzan Brown was an amazing
athlete who lived a hard, impoverished life but faced the world with dignity and
strength.&nbsp; There are so many legendary
and half-true mysteries about the man and his career as a runner that his many
accomplishments might seem less interesting: but above all know this: ...
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I like eggs.
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Professor Daniel Leiberman&rsquo;s (and his team) paper &ldquo;Foot strike patterns and collision forces in habitually barefoot versus shod runners&rdquo; looks into how and why human beings can and did run comfortably without modern running shoes.&nbsp; In it, he proves that experienced, habitual barefoot ...
<p>You're Invited! Join runners from around the world on the <a href="http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/34812"><font color="#5588aa">The Runners Roundtable, @ 5pm on Wednesday Feb 24, 2010</font></a>&nbsp; as we celebrate the birthday of the very generous Buckeye Ben, the developer of the free training website ...
When you run, you&rsquo;re body is under stress, and that causes your body to increase the levels of certain chemicals to kinda even things out.&nbsp; These chemicals, in turn, may lead to an increase in gastrointestinal problems in distance running.
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Our bodies are incredible machines, but while ...
I&rsquo;m never going to be asked to give a speech in front of a crowd of fellow runners.&nbsp; It&rsquo;s not going to happen; and by saying that I&rsquo;m not implying that the absent request is a travesty; there&rsquo;s a good reason why I&rsquo;ll never be asked: because while you and I are friends ...
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Today&#8217;s episode is the first to talk about the phenomenon of Ultra Marathons.

There is obviously a lot more to this topic than I can fit in a single goofy little podcast, and as a homework assignment to you and myself, I recommend that we pick up a copy of the book &#8220;Ultra-Marathoning: The ...
In his essay, IS RUNNING A RELIGION, Dr. George Sheehan makes that point that running is a place, not a system of belief.&nbsp; Running gives us an opportunity to renew ourselves while we&#8217;re out there on the road: both psychologically and spiritually.
I&#8217;ve heard that phrase before: &#8220;Running ...
I know I&#8217;ve said this before, but I want you to understand that I read all of your email.&nbsp; This problem I have with answering email is somewhat embarrassing for me; and when I starting having these problems&#8230;I considered not saying anything about it here on the show.
I thought that for ...
<p>I know Iâve said this before, but I want you to understand that I read all of your email.&nbsp; This problem I have with answering email is somewhat embarrassing for me; and when I starting having these problemsâI considered not saying anything about it here on the show.</p>
<p>I thought that for ...
This episode begins with another ice cold swim in Boston Harbor with friends, and a stated theory that will become my &#8220;law of thermodynamic refreshment&#8221;.
Because athletes prefer to run distance races in more comfortable temperatures; the Spring and Fall are often preferred seasons for marathons.&nbsp; ...
This is my first podcast episode of 2010, and my second episode regarding my intentions for running a sub Four Hour Marathon in the Autumn of this year.
Endurance training and Aerobic development are critical elements in good marathon training program.&nbsp; You have to put in the time without worried ...
Personally, I&#8217;ve never really needed the changing of the calendar year as a reason to set and keep a resolution: so any promises I&#8217;m going to make are probably a continuation of what I&#8217;ve been working towards for the past few years; although I do have a few running-specific resolutions ...
In the spirit of all those old cheesy classic television holiday variety show specials by the Osmond Brothers, Bob Hope, Donny and Marie, and the Smothers Brothers: I present for you my first Holiday PodCast Variety Show Special complete with special guests, a musical act, and comedy sketches created ...
Browning Ross was a talented runner, coach, spokesman, leader and proponent of distance running; at a time when there weren&#8217;t too many runners in the world who could actually finish a marathon.
It was through his hard work and passion, that road races in the United States are so popular today.&nbsp; ...
Running a race with a friend is always a good thing because the friendly rivalry will tend to push you past your own comfortable limits.&nbsp; When I first started running back in December of 1998, I would run every day with a good friend at work; and we would push each other to finish as fast and as ...
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